Wednesday, March 2, 2011
T BARNY SCULPTURE NEWS
I like to think that I'm exclusive in the fact that I use the same stone for the base as I do for my pieces. I don't know anyone else that is doing it this way. The base compliments the piece and doesn't visually cut it off or interrupt the aesthetics of the sculpture. The sculpture is pinned into this base and is able to turn completely around which gives the viewer 360 pieces all in one. Collector John Batz states, "I own 1600 sculptures but the ones that I touch everyday are T Barny's. As I walk by them, I find I have to turn them slightly to enjoy a different view." One of the tricks I've learned from core drilling is that it can leave behind enough material to create these bases. I feel it really adds value to your piece.